Loos (surname)

Loos is a surname, and may refer to:

In television and film:

* Anita Loos, a screen writer and author
* Mary Loos, actress

In other fields:

* Adolf Loos, an early 20th-century Viennese architect
* Charles Loos, Belgian jazz pianist and composer
* François Loos, a French diplomat
* Friedrich Loos, an Austrian Biedermeier style painter, etcher and lithographer
* Rebecca Loos, former assistant to David Beckham
* Simon Loos, Member of the band Outlive
* Mike Loos, Japanese musician. Member of the band Human Filth.
* Amanda Loos, jewelry designer and artisan. Founder/designer of the eco-conscious company KYYOTE.


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